## Statistical-physical Models of Man-made and Natural Radio Noise: Part III, First Order Probability Models of the Instantaneous Amplitude of Class B InterferenceDepartment of Commerce, National Telecommunications and Information Administration, 1978 - Noise control - 66 pages |

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5.6 The complete accordingly Amplitude of Class analysis analytic approximate forms Approximating PD's associated pdf's asymptotic atmospheric noise basic waveform bend-over Bessel function calculated for Class canonical characteristic function Class B inter Class B interference Class B model Class B noise confluent hypergeometric function earlier Middleton earlier studies emission envelope data envelope statistics evaluation exact exponent ference Figure First-Order Probability Models first-order statistics gauss region gaussian component Hall-type models Impulsive Index instantaneous amplitude interference environment interference model interference process joining man-made and natural Method Middleton 1976 models of man-made National Telecommunications Natural Radio Noise Note obtain PD and parameter PD's and pdf's poisson probability densities pdf's probability density function Probability Distributions propagation law Report Section Statistical-Physical Models statistics of Class symmetrical Telecommunications terference for various U.S. Department various values vis-a-vis w-|_B_j wndz